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Snow Joe Ultra
More Power! The Snow Joe Ultra SJ623E is our most powerful electric snow thrower. The SJ623E boasts a 15 AMP motor and can move up to 720 pounds of snow per minute.
ITEM#: 14774272More Power! The Snow Joe Ultra SJ623E is our most powerful electric snow thrower. The SJ623E boasts a 15 AMP motor and can move up to 720 pounds of snow per minute. Its durable, 4 blade rotor, constructed of heavy grade steel, cuts a full 18-IN wide by 10-IN deep swath of snow with each pass. Easy-glide wheels make the Snow Joe Ultra easy to turn and maneuver. The scraper blade at the base of the unit efficiently scrapes the snow clear to the pavement. The Ultra SJ623E comes standard with a 180 degree discharge chute that lets you direct the snow where you want it. The Snow Joe SJ623E also features an on-board halogen light to keep you working through the twilight and dusk hours. Snow Joe also includes a clean out tool with the SJ623E to keep you in operational while in the field. Make quick work this winter with the power of a gas machine without the fuss and maintenance of gas equipment. The Ultra SJ623E is the ultimate winter tool and will have you equipped to tackle the snow.
- Materials: Plastic, metal
- Includes: One (1) snow thrower
- Dimensions: 45 x 19 x 38
- Best use: Driveways and walkways
- Clearing width: 18 inches
- Depth of snow cut: 10 inches
- Maximum throw distance: 25 feet
- Maximum plowing capacity: 720 pounds/min
- Motor: 15 AMP
- Directional control: Adjustable chute (180 degrees)
- 20W halogen light
- Rotor: Four (4) steel blades
- Instant start
- Safety switch button prevents accidental starting
- Compact wheels for easy maneuverability
- No gas, oil or tune-ups make it effortless to start
- Weight: 34 pounds
- Clean out tool
- ETL approved
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Awesome piece of equipment. Never have to worry about this baby not starting when you need it most. Just handled a 10" snow on a three lane driveway as well as my old undependable gas blower. Just plug it in and get rid of that pesky snow.Read More
I live in the south suburbs just outside of Chicago and close to NW Indiana. I purchased snow thrower after our extremely snowy start to 2014. I opened the put in the few screws and fired it up. It works great on my driveway and side walk. I did have to apply a little pressure to get down to the surface. The cost it is more than I excepted.Read More
This snow blower was used rather quickly after purchase during our first blizzard of the year. My husband indicated it was more than powerful enough to handle the foot snowfall we received. He liked the ease of electric rather than a gas powered blower and would definitely recommend it.Read More
Questions & Answers
Tips on Winter Storm Snow Removal
Winter has its perks, but snow removal is not one of them. At the best of times, snow removal is a necessary evil, but it can become downright backbreaking when a big winter storm blows through. However, it doesn't have to be so difficult. If you own the right snow removal equipment, like a quality snow blower and a good ice scraper, snow removal can be a simpler process, saving you hours of time and lots of discomfort.
How to Choose Snow Pants
Everyone has different needs when shopping for snow pants or bibs. Some skiers and riders look for snow pants in bold colors and patterns to stand out on the slopes; others think snow pants are supposed to keep you comfortable. Fortunately, it's easy to find snow pants that can do both.
Tips on Buying Snow Boots
With winter rolling in and the snow piling up outside, snow boots can save you from a set of frozen toes. Warm, dry and stylish, the right pair of cold weather boots will keep you and your feet happy all winter long. How do you know which boots are for you? The following tips will help you understand winter boots so you can shop with confidence.
How to Walk in Snowshoes
While many consider winter a time to stay indoors and "hibernate," there's no reason for a little cold and snow to stop you from exercising outside. Snowshoeing is an excellent snow sport and a great way to explore the beauty of snow-covered landscapes. While it'll take a little getting used to, once you get a little practice, walking in snowshoes will become second nature.
Best Warm and Stylish Boots for Winter
Once it gets colder, warm and stylish women's boots are a necessity, especially when the snow covers the ground. Even practical boots meant for ice and snow can be fashionable and comfortable. Whether you are looking for women's boots to wear in the snow and rain or just to keep your feet warm on chilly days, here are a few styles that will complete your winter wardrobe.
How to Buy Ski Apparel
When purchasing ski apparel, it's best to think in terms of layering. Layering helps keep out the cold and wet of the winter environment while keeping perspiration off of your skin, so you stay warm and comfortable. Layering snow apparel also gives you the ability to adjust your warmth to fluctuating environmental conditions while participating in snow sports.
Snowshoes Fact Sheet
Snowshoeing is is an easy winter sport to pick up. With the loft snowshoes provide, you can trek to snow-covered areas you wouldn't be able to hike to during winter with hiking boots. Snowshoeing also allows you access to a solitude that you simply will not experience on crowded trails during warmer months. It's also a challenging winter exercise that is easy on the joints because of the cushioning provided by the snow. These facts can help you prepare for your own winter excursions and help you choose snowshoes that will be comfortable.
Tips on Buying Ski Goggles
A good pair of ski goggles will protect your eyes in many ways. Ski goggles block ultraviolet light, which can be stronger at high elevations than at near sea level. Sunlight also tends to be brighter when you're skiing because the light reflects off the snow. Ski and snowboard goggles will also protect your eyes by keeping wind and snow out better than sunglasses, and you won't have to worry about your goggles falling off or breaking as easily as sunglasses. And if you enjoy tree skiing, goggles are going to help protect your face and eyes from small branches.
Snowshoe Buying Guide
When you get the itch to go for a mountain stroll, snowshoes allow you to traverse beautiful terrain otherwise inaccessible. Snowshoes spread your weight evenly across a large, flat surface area, which helps keep you "above" the snow. They won't make you float magically above the snow, but they will help out in deep powder. When you are ready to strap on a pair, use this buying guide to help figure out what would work best for you.
How To Condition a Suede Coat
Suede coats and jackets are a luxurious and soft addition to women's outerwear, but they can be difficult to maintain, especially during winter weather. Ideally, you should avoid wearing a suede coat when it rains or snows. If you can't always shield your suede coat from the elements, you will need to condition it to keep your suede looking its best.
How to Choose Snowshoes
Snowshoeing is an excellent way to brave the cold weather and get outside for some invigorating winter exercise. Picking out the right snowshoes for your intended activities will help you to enjoy the best performance while participating in snow sports. Choose carefully, and you'll enjoy your new snowshoes for many years to come.
How to Buy a Snowboard Helmet
If you look around the slopes, you'll notice that more and more snowboarders are wearing helmets. In fact, Vail ski resort has made helmets mandatory for all staff members and children under 12 in its ski school. Snow sport helmets are an important form of protection for both novice and experienced riders.
Top 5 Women's Hats for Winter
When the wind blows and the snows come your way, it's time to pull out your winter hats. Women's hats come in many styles, including beanies, women's schoolboy caps and wool bucket hats, and the right hat can change the look of your outfit instantly. Read on to find the top five women's hats for winter and tips on wearing them.
The Best Ski Goggles for All Conditions
Just as important as your skis and poles, your ski goggles let you see better and protect your eyes from the sun, snow, wind and branches. You have several different lens options, and each lens is designed for different conditions. Knowing which lens works in what conditions will help you buy the right pair.
Buying Gifts for Extreme Sports Lovers
Extreme sports aren't just for beach and snow bums anymore. These sports appeal to a wide audience, and millions of people pick them up every year. From teenagers to their parents, everyone wants in on extreme sports. If you have an extreme sports lover in your life, this guide is a must-read. It will give you an enormous amount of tips on buying gifts for extreme sports lovers.
Best Women's Coats for College
A college wardrobe calls for a coat that is functional whether you're walking to class in the snow or cheering in the bleachers on chilly fall evenings. Most college students are on a budget, so finding versatile outerwear that can take your from fall to spring is important. Before you start shopping for your back-to-school wardrobe, check out these tips for finding the perfect women's coat.
Cooking with Indoor Grills
If you want to become a year-round grill master, you need an indoor grill. Sometimes, issues such as space and weather often stand in the way of grilling. With an indoor grill, you can enjoy grilled food whether you are in a snowed-in house in December or a tiny 11th floor apartment in August. These tips will help you get the most out of an indoor grill.
How to Choose A Quilt
When temperatures drop and snow starts falling, nothing is more satisfying that reaching for a cozy quilt to wrap up in. With so many options available, choosing a quilt that will last not only through winter months, but year-round as well can be a daunting task. Keep reading to learn how to choose a quilt that fits every occasion.
Tips on Caring for Your Patio Set
Keep your deck or patio looking fresh each year by caring for your patio set. Whether you need to protect your iron patio set from rust or waterproof a teak patio set so it doesn't warp in the rain or snow, these tips will help you keep your patio furniture looking like new.
How to Enjoy an Apple a Day
Snow White couldn't resist them. The largest U.S. city is nicknamed after them. One may or may not have helped Sir Isaac Newton formulate his theory of gravity. Apples have become much more than just a tempting fruit that is known to "keep the doctor away." Apples are fun, beautiful, and versatile. Here are some ways you can give the apple the love it deserves.
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